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ABC
Nov 20, 2012 11:00pm PST
flashlight, but did not find him. initially he thought he fell in a hole. the alameda county dive team came out and the search and rescue came out to look for him. the chp brought out a helicopter which illuminating the hillside. they used a he can-seeking mechanism -- a heat seeking mechanism. >> they found a heat source on the side of the hill. we had our rescue team repel down the hill to look for where the chp stated they saw the heat source and we found nothing. we have the sheriff dive team out here. >> it was very slippery. some of his men started to slip down the hill. they were tethered. the dive team is going into the water and two members will look around. it is unknown at this point how long they will be in the water. this is something they are used to and it is an all volunteer team. the fact that it is raining out and it is dark means nothing. once they get underwater they will try to find this victim. this quarry is filled with water . in some areas it is estimated to be between 40 and 80 feet. there is no current. it is surrounded. dive teams from the alameda count
KOFY
Nov 21, 2012 12:00am PST
fell in a hole. the alameda county dive team came out and the search and rescue came out to look for him. the chp brought out a helicopter which illuminating the hillside. they used a he can-seeking mechanism -- a heat seeking mechanism. >> they found a heat source on the side of the hill. we had our rescue team repel down the hill to look for where the chp stated they saw the heat source and we found nothing. we have the sheriff dive team out here. >> it was very slippery. some of his men started to slip down the hill. they were tethered. the dive team is going into the water and two members will look around. it is unknown at this point how long they will be in the water. this is something they are used to and it is an all volunteer team. the fact that it is raining out and it is dark means nothing. once they get underwater they will try to find this victim. this quarry is filled with water . in some areas it is estimated to be between 40 and 80 feet. there is no current. it is surrounded. dive teams from the alameda county sheriff's department will be going in shortly. unknown how
ABC
Nov 21, 2012 1:05am PST
. the alameda county dive team came out and the search and rescue came out to look for him. the chp brought out a helicopter which illuminating the hillside. they used a he can-seeking mechanism -- a heat seeking mechanism. >> they found a heat source on the side of the hill. we had our rescue team repel down the hill to look for where the chp stated they saw the heat source and we found nothing. we have the sheriff dive team out here. >> it was very slippery. some of his men started to slip down the hill. they were tethered. the dive team is going into the water and two members will look around. it is unknown at this point how long they will be in the water. this is something they are used to and it is an all volunteer team. the fact that it is raining out and it is dark means nothing. once they get underwater they will try to find this victim. this quarry is filled with water . in some areas it is estimated to be between 40 and 80 feet. there is no current. it is surrounded. dive teams from the alameda county sheriff's department will be going in shortly. unknown how long they wil
CBS
Nov 5, 2012 12:00pm PST
bay area. and cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us now from outside the alameda county courthouse where some are still showing up for those mail-in ballots. hey, cate. >> reporter: good afternoon, elizabeth. you're correct. about 800,000 bay area voters won't be at the polls tomorrow because those people have already voted. but here at the alameda county courthouse, we have already continuously seen that stream of eager and early voters. dorothy smith waited for her mail-in ballot to come but decided she had waited long enough. >> i got to boogie down here and i'm not the only one boogieing down here today. >> reporter: election day is less than 24 hours away but according to the state, the amount of bay area voters with ballots already in is equivalent to the entire population of san francisco. >> your vote counts. your voice counts. voice don't have no choice if you don't vote. >> reporter: people we spoke to here say it's about family ties and civic duty. >> i grew up in an immigrant family and when my parents became citizens, they have never missed an election. i vote every el
ABC
Nov 18, 2012 10:00am PST
. laura anthony has details from the alameda county food bank in oakland. >> reporter: the empty shelves say it all these days at alameda county food bank. for the first time in long time they had to go without dloovgs of crucial items, like canned vegetables and frozen meats. the reason they haven't delivered commodities to oakland for two months. >> we only received an item the end of july. we are experiencing a a shortage that our clients are feeling. >> normally they would have about one million pounds of usda food on the shelf. now they are down to about half of that. it's the same story in contra costa which rely on usda deliveries. it's not clear if the food is being diverted or not being made available due to the drought in the midwest. but the reality is coming as demand and food and the counties remains extremely high. >> more families turn themselves to the food bank. we are a lifeline to them. so in alameda county the need is growing we are serving one in six residents. the majority of which are children. >> to offset the shortage, they are appealing to the public ask
NBC
Nov 16, 2012 5:00am PST
roadway and speeds are not a concern. but the drainage pump at the alameda off-ramp, that off-ramp is still closed from southbound 880 in san jose and that will continue until they can fix that pump. they were hoping to get it done before the rains came in but the rain is coming. the golden gate bridge, christina talked about rain coming in from the north but we do have a little sheen on the roadway at the golden gate. we will watch as it affects all down the peninsula coming up for your later commute. we'll track it, guys. back to you. >>> happening right now in the middle east, we have a brand new round of fighting to tell you about between the israelis and palestinians. overnight israel striking more targets and militants firing a dozen rockets from gaza overnight. marla tellez is in our newsroom with more details and the latest on what's happening now. marla, good morning. >> reporter: jon, good morning. right now it's 3:00 in the afternoon over there and sooner than later it looks like a full-out ground invasion could happen as israel moves closer and closer to the gaza border. t
CBS
Nov 6, 2012 6:00am PST
many people have already voted. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is at the alameda county registrar's office with more. >> reporter: we spoke with the registrar of voters just half hour ago, who says they have been ready. they actually came here about 5:00 this morning. normally 26 people work in the office but they are adding about 200 more to deal with possible crowds today. as you mentioned polls will open in about less than an hour. but thousands or hundreds of thousands of bay area voters have already turned in their ballots. here at the alameda county courthouse, the registrar says they saw thousands of early voters in the past few days and they are prepared for the big crowds today. [ pause ] >> reporter: if you have voted before and your name is on the roster, you won't need an id. but if this is your first time and you are registered by mail without your californiaism d or don't have the last four digits of your social security number you may need a photo i.d., paycheck our utility bill. poll workers will be on hand to help you. and another thing we wanted to note that the re
CBS
Nov 14, 2012 4:30am PST
jose. they have closed an off-ramp and on-ramp approaching the alameda. alternates, was come bascomb coleman. >>> 28 minutes between 580 and the golden gate bridge toll plaza heads up if you are commuting from marin into san francisco. westbound 237 quiet. the rest of the bay area no delays from the east bay northbound 880 pretty good all the way towards downtown. and a quick check of bridges, it looks like one lane is blocked on the upper deck of the bay bridge. it's before 5:00 this morning. 4:37 this morning. back to you guys. [ laughter ] >> it's early. 4:37. okay, liz, thanks. >>> many members of congress say two u.s. military generals owe them some answers amid a scandal that keeps growing. susan mcginnis reports it will be a big issue on capitol hill today. >>> reporter: the sex scandal that brought down former cia director david petraeus and is now enveloping another top u.s. general moves to capitol hill today. house intelligence leaders will ask fbi deputy director sean joyce and acting cia director michael morele about the events that led to david petraeus's resignation as
NBC
Nov 1, 2012 4:30am PDT
surfer attacked by a shark this week talked about exactly what happened in the water. >> and why the alameda county d.a. is telling his people not to prosecute some criminals. >>> right now we give you a live look from the south bay. that is the hp pavilion on this thursday, the 1st day of november. this is "today in the bay." >>> kinda crazy, huh? >> we're in november! >> already here. hard to believe. but it is 4:31. it's still very early and it is november 1st. good morning, everybody, happy to see you. i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. lots to get to this morning, but first let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning to you two, all the parents out there including jon, laura and mike probably a little tired after taking those kiddos out for trick-or-treating. this morning we have shadows on the radar so give yourself ample time to get to work. showers coming down overnight and at this point they're mostly concentrated in the east bay so i'll zoom in and show you all the way through antioch there's light to moderate rain showers comin
CBS
Nov 14, 2012 5:00am PST
880 that off-ramp is shut down to the alameda. scheduled until about 11:15 this morning. also more roadwork in the eastbound lanes of highway 4 bailey to railroad. they picked up that overnight roadwork. good news between hayward and downtown oakland. milpitas commute this is a live look at westbound 237, 880, everything so far looking good this time of the morning. back to you guys. >>> two of the highest officers of the united states will be on capitol hill. susan mcginnis is in washington where lawmakers will be asking questions. the hearing is moving to capitol hill today where the scandal will take place. house intelligence leaders want to talk to acting cia director morrell to find out who knew what and when. >>> reporter: the sex scandal that brought down former cia director petraeus moves to capitol hill today. house intelligence leaders will ask fbi deputy director sean joyce and acting cia director michael morrell about the events that led to david petraeus's rester nation as head of the spy's significance. he left when news of his affair with paula broadwell became publi
FOX
Nov 9, 2012 5:00pm EST
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ABC
Nov 12, 2012 6:00am PST
the alameda raley's store picketers have been maintaining that line employees walked off the job last week over dispute involving pay and benefits. raley's has said concessions are needed to keep the chain competitive. they got back to the bargaining table yesterday employees say it is because their picketing is working and shoppers are not coming in, giving the store an incentive to get back to the table. the company operates 130 raley's super stores, bel air markets and nob hill foods in california and nevada. stay with abc7 morning news coming up amy hollyfield will buy the latest. >>> police in union city investigating the death of a money whose body was found in a trash bin a woman discovered the -- the injured man while taking out her garbage yesterday morning she called authorities who rushed him to a hospital where he died. police are pursuing active leads. >>> san francisco police still looking for a man they say tried to ram an officer with a car police attempted to stop the man yesterday after he was suspected of breaking into a vehicle. he ran into a construct site af
NBC
Nov 3, 2012 6:00pm PDT
throughout the bay area, as well. one of the hotly contested races in alameda county is for the supervisor's seat, vacated. four candidates are running for the seat in district two. nbc bay area caught up with all but one of the candidates at a forum today, and has more. >> reporter: thank you, district two includes hayward, three of the four candidates showed up and they all have different priorities in terms of what they want to do for alameda county, voters packed the area, during a forum sponsored by the candidates. he is running to finish out the two years of her term. vaje says the priority would be to help the hospital, on the verge of being bankrupt. >> 22% of people going there don't have health insurance, and there are very few places where people can get good quality health insurance. st. rose has been a good quality hospital. >> reporter: he says he has the edge in the race because of his long experience and success as a public servant. >> i have actually been in local and regional government for 20 years. which, when you add up at the elected experience of the three
KRON
Nov 4, 2012 8:00am PST
alameda store. good morning, mike. >> good morning, marty. this strike is officially on between the union and the federal mediator broke down between midnight and 2:00 a.m. this morning. these employees are out with picket signs at nob hill foods. nob hill is owned by bailey's--releas. again this begins at 6 raley's >> is across the parking lot with these signs. 8000 employees over 100 of these stores will go on strike. this is in multiple failed negotiations with raley's they want to slash medical benefits and they will go on strike as long as it takes. >> this is an ongoing strike is going to be effective. when a strike is this type for this effective it is pretty short. that is where we are hoping for we're going to hit the stores and hit them hard. as you can see they are united in the background and ready to roll. >> the spokesperson the senate all the stores are open today they are using a non union employees. and for those people that are going to work will distribute them to the stores that need them. they do need to make some changes to the pay and freeze pay increases for
CBS
Nov 10, 2012 11:00pm PST
demanding payment have the alameda county district attorney seal. >> i figure there's a warrant out for my arrest. >> reporter: she remained suspicious as to whether this was real. >> i thought it was someone trying to -- somehow they got their hands on my information and they were going to try to scare me into, you know, paying more than what was necessary. >> reporter: numerous letters poured in on d.a. letter head ordering her to pay the money owed to wal-mart plus fees and interest, and $180 for what she was told was a required financial responsibility clause. >> the check was for $30.12. i wrote it to save mart and it ended up costing me $434.32. >> reporter: kelly robins had a similar experience and was afraid she would be arrested if she did not pay. and she was not pleased with the punishment she did not think fit the crime. >> i think i was punished too severely especially as the money is not going back into the county i live in. it's going to some company and they're becoming billionaires. >> reporter: the letters don't come directly from district attorneys. instead, many
SFGTV
Nov 21, 2012 4:00am PST
. there was never a demographic. if you don't have disability demographics you are not at the public policy planning table. i want to welcome jessica lehman to our community. she has been a leader in the alameda -- for many years. she's here totally on board with senior and disability action. it is huge. welcome. in the last survey we had from hsa, was an astounding percentage of seniors that get out of the rooms per month, 3-4 times a month, 60-70%. an amazing number. something a revelation to me. in 2005-06, i was on a panel in tenderloin. there was an elderly chinese woman in the room. the third person to speak with the police officer. he said, how many people in this room can understand what i am saying? four people raised their hand. we had been certain there for 25 minutes. people are polite. 40% of seniors will not hear what you're saying. just because we are communicating does not mean people are hearing. the last thing, i urge you to bring this to the long-term care coordinating council. housing is not on the five-year plan. we asked them to be on it. what are the priorities
FOX
Nov 9, 2012 11:00pm EST
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NBC
Nov 14, 2012 5:00am PST
southbound 880 at the alameda. you cannot use that right now. it has been closed since yesterday. we will talk about -- why later in the show. just suffice to it say you can loop back around at south bay. take the are northbound direction off the alameda or you can just use this area to the north. that will continue until midday. we will continue with the update on twitter as well. live look outside. show you farther up the peninsula, 101 easy drive. plenty of space between the cars here at university avenue. shopping mall over there on the side. that continues up into san mateo, slowing north of 92. because of construction. you will lose a lane or two. just for the time being. here is a light volume that does not cause -- head north from the san mateo bridge up into the city. south bay, a look. here westbound 80. that's southbound on the map. that's your commute direction for underneath university avenue overcrossing. nice space. still at the limit. 18 minutes from t. approaching northbound. no problems. from move at owe down lou san ravel atraffi rafael. >>> family of a young girl hit a
NBC
Nov 16, 2012 6:00am PST
respective food bank. we've got michael with the alameda county community food bank and samantha who is with the livermore haven food pantry. an we are talking about prepa prepare -- comparing this year to years past. what are you seeing in terms of demand? >> woe take about 3300 calls every month. 10% is people who have never had to reach out for help before. so it's difficult right now. >> reporter: do you see things getting better, leveling off, plat toeing? >> it's about the same as last year. we're serving about 7,000 individuals here in the tri-valley area, just at our food pantry alone ir. >> reporter: so the need is still out there. maybe things are getting better in the economy, things have stalled out and still need help. okay, thank you, guys. $10, that's all we're asking. come here, buy a bag, put it in the bin, take it to the checkout and safeway will take care of you. we've got this food drive. the big push is tomorrow. yours truly, i'll be at the livermore safeway. jessica will be here and you guys will be in the south basement hey, collin, take it away. these guys are awesome
NBC
Nov 3, 2012 11:00pm PDT
dollars to defeat it. one of the hotly contested races in alameda county is for the supervisor seat vacated bied in aier locklear. voters had a chance to hear from three of the four candidates that performed today. the missing candidate has some controversy of her own to overcome as well. >> reporter: voters pack a coffee house in union city to hear from district two candidates during a forum sponsored by local religious leaders. the board of supervisors pointed richard as nadia's replacement and he is toward finish out the remaining two years of her term. he said the first priority would be to preserve st. rose hospital. >> 20 hearse do not have health insurance and there are few places where people without health care insurance can get good quality health care. st. rose has been an exceptional hospital for over 50 years. >> reporter: the mayor said he has the edge because of his long experience and success as a public servant. >> i've actually been in local and regional government for 20 years. when you add up all the elected experience of my career opponents, it is equal to all t
NBC
Nov 1, 2012 11:00am PDT
the reality some legal immigrants have had to face. now the alameda county council is trying to change that. >> reporter: i want to make clear at the d.a.'s office, it's not a blanket policy but a shift in the guidelines. the d.a.'s office here in alameda county saying it wanted to make clear to the less experienced prosecutor that is it's okay to lessen the charges when it comes to not a serious crime, especially in cas that would typically lead to deportation. >> imagine that you've been struggling here as a legal immigrant. you have a family supporting children. you get charged with a minor drug offense. and all of a sudden the primary breadwinner has been deported. >> reporter: ray keller says every week his office gets several cases where legal immigrants are in danger of getting deported. he says it will help legal immigrants permanent residents avoid deportation for lesser violent crimes. the assistant d.a. says it stems back into the '90s when immigrants began getting deported for lesser crimes. two years ago, the supreme court made a ruling that blazer adds sent a big s
NBC
Nov 7, 2012 4:30am PST
results. the 31-year-old is a councilman and prosecutor with the alameda county district attorney's office and now he has officially unseated incumbent pete stark. >> i feel very good. i feel like the support and the votes seen right now reflect the effort that's right behind us here. so many people have invested in our campaign with their hard work and just being out there and bringing their friends in, their neighbors and their family. it's so encouraging to us. >> i voted for pete stark and the reason i voted for him is because i think his allegiance is to the people. he supports policy and legislation that benefits us. it benefits the nation. >> reporter: pete stark is 80 years old and has served in congress the last 40 years. we did try to talk to stark, he would not grant us an interview. he got in his car and he drove off. now, this is the new 15th district. it has been redrawn. it now includes dublin, pleasanton, livermore, castro valley, and several other cities. reporting from pleasanton for nbc bay area news. >> also returning to the house, oakland representative barbara
FOX
Nov 27, 2012 5:00am PST
and the northern most part of alameda, san mateo and santa clara. breast cancer rates in the region were 10% higher than the state average from 200 to 2008. it has long been a concern in marin county. >>> and it happened during a police occupied protest and needed surgery and he is now suing the alameda sheriff's office. he claims the alameda sheriff's office made his injuries worse by denying him medical care after he was arrested in november. deputies ignored his pleas for help as he laid on the jail floor not able to move. the video shows them actually assisting him and arranging for a medical examination. >>> and crews are cleaning up at a veterans memorial coming up twice in one day. we will tell you where it happened and who may be to blame. >>> time now 5:17, a couple of police standoffs, let's check in with tartar in for sal castaneda. >>> and now there are schools along that road which can cause some delays and let's head outside to take a look at bay point through the pittsburgh area and you can see the steady stream as folks head towards concord. and 50s on the sunole gra
KRON
Nov 16, 2012 5:00pm PST
agent saw mcgann near the southwest terminal no. 2 wearing a suspicious looking watch. the alameda bomb squad was called in to review the item. it was not just a wristwatch that was also alarming about this individual other items like his clothing, listen. >> he had on a toggle switch and a series of fuses and wires protruding from it. a circuit board. and the watch it self that was on an incorrect time. he was wearing in military- style assured that as a built-in tourniquet on the sleeve. if you are in the military you tighten up that tourniquet and it will tighten up the leading and not everything something where every day. also he wore boots that were two sizes too large. and they have modified inserts, i guess what you would call them to perhaps make them taller. and they had what appeared to be a homemade cavity. >> as far as i can we have learned that he was in the bay area for just the day yesterday. mr. mccann came in from los angeles and he says of the watch was an art project. the fbi has been called and we're going to have more on kron 4 news at 6:00 p.m. at oakland internati
CBS
Nov 6, 2012 5:00am PST
reporter cate caugiran is at the alameda county registrar of voters. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, we were here yesterday and we saw that steady stream of voters coming in and out of the alameda county courthouse yesterday. like you said, polls will open in just about a couple of hours. but voters decided to get a head start. about 800,000 did. we're talking just about the population of san francisco and the majority of voters we spoke to yesterday were highly passionate about this election. and they told us it was a main motivation to bring them out earlier. >> i have been calling my friends, family and coworkers to do this. it will help us to move forward. >> whatever people's attitudes are. i'm not mad, i'm not going top happy, not going to stop me from getting up in the morning and doing what i need to do. >> reporter: as far as voter numbers go about half of california voters are expected to vote by mail this election. and that's an 8% jump from the 2008 election. although we didn't see the same last-minute registration surge that we saw in 2008, but california d
ABC
Nov 15, 2012 4:30am PST
5:00 in the process of picking that up now. southbound 880 alameda on-ramp closed to the alameda because of an emergency repair ongoing through the morning. in the american canyon area high 29 south kelley injury accident. >>> 4:54. cancer foundation created by lance armstrong is putting more distance between itself and the graced cyclist. livestrong is officially depositing his name from its title it will now officially be known as livestrong simply the informal name most used. armstrong created the charity after he came down with cancer he stepped away last month after officials ruled he used performance-enhancing drugs. >>> peninsula family pleading for the return of a puppy that was a close companion for a woman with special needs. thieves broke into the family's redwood city home monday and stole what they could including the family's 11 week old dog named gus. 20-year-old kate was bonding with the puppy the family hoped to train gus to alert caregivers when kate is -- when kate is on the verge of suffering a see sherr. >> she can't speak that well. >> we are taking it seriously ass
CW
Nov 3, 2012 10:00pm PDT
mascots. >>> in many states turnout for early voting has been heavy. >>> at the alameda county courthouse, the line today was only about 20 people long. in 2008 there were five or 600 people waiting to vote and they were lined up around the block. >>> state republicans are not celebrating. their numbers have reached an all-time low. republicans now make up less than 30% of california's electorate. we have the report on what's behind a historic decline. >> the percentage registering as republicans has hit a new low. the secretary of state office reports republicans make up 29.3% of the electorate and, only a slight decline from 08. >> it means that more people in california are now registering. and that will hate you worse than it does the other party. >> meanwhile, california has reached an all-time high of about 18.2 million registered voters. a lot of people contribute these to the new online voter registration. and many of them young and leaning democratic. >> it was convenient, you can be anywhere in the world going on to the webpage and registering online. so that worked e
FOX
Nov 27, 2012 7:00am PST
county. the northern most part of alameda county, an area that runs through alameda, santa clara and san mateo reports. san mateo news reports breast cancer rates in those areas were 10% to 20% higher than the state average from the years 2000 and 2008. breast cancer rates have been a major concern in marin county. >>> well, an iraq war veteran who said he was beaten by police during an occupy protest and needed surgery for a lacerated spleen is suing the alameda county sheriff's office. he claims the alameda county sheriff's office made his injuries worse by denying him medical care after he was arrested and jailed last november. the san francisco "chronicle" reports that deputies ignored his claims for help as he lay on the jail floor. however, the alameda county sheriff's office says this video shows them assisting him and arranging for a medical examination. >>> bracing for the storm. meteorologist steve paulson is tracking several big rain storms heading our way. he'll have the latest time line on when and where we can expect the first one to hit. >>> can you believe it? there is a
NBC
Nov 16, 2012 5:00pm PST
said it just didn't look like. listen into j.d. nelson with the alameda county sheriff's department. >> why would anyone come to the airport with a watch with wires coming out of it, a toggle switch, fuses, a circuit board and think that was okay? that's not okay. the totality of the situation made the deputies arrest him and he was arrested for possession of material that can make a destructive device. >> reporter: he was also wearing shoes to sizes too big with a removable insole. he's right now at the jail. no word on when he will be arraigned. we'll have more on this story coming up at 6:00. reporting live from the oakland international airport, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> quite a square. thanks, cheryl. new details in the investigation surrounding the accused killer of sierra lamar. nbc bay area broke the story this week finding out that go e garcia torres faces charges not related to the lamar case. accused of three attempted kidnappings in 2009. here's the full quote from the police report. the key piece of evidence appears to be a fingerprint from the battery of a
NBC
Nov 4, 2012 7:00am PST
, they are ready to walk that picket line. this is the knob hill in alameda. the announcement came after a midnight talks deadline passed overnight. before that the existing contract was extended hour by hour. management and union leaders have been in contract negotiations for more than a year. they also operate bel air markets and knob hill foods and the main sticking points are health care benefits, a proposed wage freeze and the elimination of premium pay for sunday shifts. the union contract expired at midnight. workers as you can see were ready to walk off the job. >> i talked to my family. we're ready. we're ready. we're going to fight for solidarity together. >> management says the company needs to cut costs in the face of the weak economy and competition from nonunion stores like walmart. they released a statement this morning say iing we expect owl u are a employees who are scheduled to work to show up for work on sunday. >>> a livermore teacher could face charges for a shocking public display on halloween. police arrested carlos taez after he allegedly performed a sex act
FOX
Nov 2, 2012 12:00pm PDT
to alex savidge at the scene for more. >> reporter: this investigation being handled by the alameda county sheriff's office. i did just get off the phone with the spokesman, he told me he didn't have any information on the condition of the body. we will show you the scene here. we are on the back side of the creek side apartments here where there obviously is a creek and this where that body was found, the body of a man partially in the water, the edge of the creek, found ought about 30 this morning. we will give you a look from chopper 2, video we shot earlier this morning of what the scene looks like. again the sheriff's office out here investigating, homicide detectives are here. essentially trying to piece together exactly how this man's body ended up in the watered, what the circumstances are surrounding this man's body ending up here in the water here in fremont. again obviously an investigation underway here, multiple detectives here from fremont police and the sheriff's office, trying to figure out exactly what the circumstances are surrounding this body found in the watered. the c
CBS
Nov 16, 2012 12:00pm PST
the alameda county sheriff's office, the man was wearing a watch that looks suspicious and caught the eyes of tsa agents there. he was detained and is now being held for questioning. >>> so was money the motive? vallejo police believe a local teen was after ransom when he kidnapped and assaulted a 65- year-old woman last night. the 14-year-old is now behind bars and the woman is in the hospital. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is in vallejo with more. >> reporter: there are a lot of disturbing factors about this case. it happened in broad daylight. the victim and the assailant didn't know each other and it was in a popular shopping center late in the afternoon. detectives say it was egregious. >> we had a conversation with the victim. she is incredibly strong, insightful woman. >> reporter: this lieutenant is referring to a 65-year-old woman kidnapped and assaulted at gunpoint by a 14-year-old boy. it started at a shopping center on plaza drive in vallejo late yesterday afternoon. police say the boy forced the woman it drive her minivan a few miles, then stopped to assault her both ph
NBC
Nov 21, 2012 11:00am PST
looking for his cat and never came back. divers from the alameda county sheriff's office found the body at 12:45 this morning. the fire department is not releasing the man's name. >>> oakland police are searching for a suspect who attacked a young woman. police found the victim wearing her underwear only at international boulevard near the recreation center. investigators said she had been raped in a car. the suspect was last seen driving a light blue older model cadillac. >>> the san jose man shot and killed by palm springs police officers is being laid to rest today. last night, family and friends holding a candlelight vigil for corporal allen viena at the mortuary in fremont. they say they want justice after palm springs police ran over him. his family says the officers went too far. >> we want to make sure that these guys, these two police men are behind bars. we will never stop until that happens. >> the officers involved in the shooting are on administrative leave in the palm springs police department. the family is in process of taking the department to court. >>> one of the
KOFY
Nov 7, 2012 12:00am PST
, safety manager for the alameda county office of education. i just want to start quickly. you were bullied yourself? >> i was. it goes back to that experience, i can still think of the words that the students used to bully me. i talk with other adults. >> cheryl: so it lasts a long time? >> it does. >> cheryl: you are committed to this issue. what are school administrators doing? >> school administrators start by creating policies. having clear and consistent policies and procedures for bullying. it's really the best way to start the conversation. you have to have students understand what the school's stance is on bullying. to talk about bullying and students know what to do when they are bullied and they know how to report. >> cheryl: how do teachers identify bullying? how does that work? >> teachers need to be trained to identify bullying. i think sometimes people think bullying is just teasing go and rite of passage and it's okay to bully. we need to understand the convinces of bullying. it's beyond teasing, it is repeated and intentional and involves a balance of power. we have
ABC
Nov 14, 2012 6:00am PST
stalled motorcycle in the left lane. southbound 880 off-ramp to the alameda and northbound on-ramp to the alameda closed for emergency roadwork. they open to have them reopened by this afternoon. 580 on the waze app it is heavy traffic looking at yellow lines spotters reporting out of tracy up and over the altamont pass. earlier accident santa rita chp unable to locate, good news, highway 4 drive westbound, minor accident on the shoulder just been cleared out of lanes it is slow as you head towards the concord area. >>> right now what is trending on twitter in the bay area: chanum tatum is this year's sexiest man alive. he didn't believe it when he found out he told people he was surprised. if you want to comment on that go to our facebook page. also trending thanksgiving, indian festival of lights began yesterday. and hump day, today wednesday. follow us at twitter.com/ abc7 news bay area. >>> the 9ers' smith wants a second opinion. >> he's the bay area football coach facing an uncertain future the meeting cal's coach is having this weekend that could determine his next move. >>> new
ABC
Nov 14, 2012 5:00am PST
to the alameda, northbound on-ramp to the alameda from 880 closed, chp getting repair on water pump should last most of the day they hope to have them reopened by this afternoon. >>> 5:20. >>> a meeting that could decide the fate of cal's embattled football coach as the bears get ready to conclude another disappointing season. >> two more couples hang up their dancing shoes. results from last night's "dancing with the stars." . >>> sutro tower looking down on clear sky high clouds mild temperatures await you 40s and 50s rain on the way for tomorrow may last all weekend. >>> cal football head coach is scheduled to meet with athletic director sunday to talk about his future. the bears are 3 and 8 and finished a dismal season saturday night. he will sit down to talk about the future and whether there is one for him in berkeley after 11 seasons. a lot of cal boosters want a change but it would come at a price the buy-out is nearly seven million dollars. >>> "dancing with the stars" double elimination. the show delivered painful one-two punch last night. >> kirstie and max. >> reporter:
NBC
Nov 20, 2012 11:00pm PST
has been following the search. what are crews telling you at th this point? >> reporter: the alameda county dive crew is preparing to go into the water. there are a number of things they must do to make sure their dive is safe. they are about to go into the rock quarry near the safeway. the firefighters were called here this evening. we are on the backside of that address. a man called authorities and said that his roommate had been missing for about an hour. he said his roommate went out into the back deck of their condo looking for his cat. the fire department went into the back of the deck and saw his flashlight but did not see a man. they thought he may have fell into a hole but it's they discovered he had fallen off the cliff in the back of their condo and that fall could be between 75 to 100 feet into the water. >> we got on scene, there was no hole to be found but the quarry was just below. our presumption is that he fell into the water. we have been searching the water, poking the depth of the water as far as we can looking for him. but we found nothing at this time. >> reporter: th
NBC
Nov 14, 2012 6:00am PST
back from being sick yesterday. ahead here, south bay. 101 shows that. south 880 at the alameda. off ramp closed important the morning. jon will tell you why coming up after this report. do not use this. brokaw off -- i'm sorry. south 880 for the morning commute heading to the area. give you a look also southbound 680 coming through sonoma. lot of slowing. there was an accident in the last few minutes over here at the exit. i'm seeing backed up solid. live look shows you things are changing now coming through. southbound side starting to move much better than just a few minutes ago. they may have moved that car off of the roadway. i will check on that and get confirmation from chp coming through pleasanton. by the time you hit the grade, smooth drive through fremont and south bay. live look as well farther north for oakland. 880 past the coliseum. volume kicking in, much heavier than this time yesterday. smooth drive through downtown. all construction cleared up towards the toll plaza. we see the backup and metering lights. turned on. all lanes including the cash lanes backed up. pas
NBC
Nov 5, 2012 4:30am PST
southbound side, only down to 60. the on-ramp from the alameda is also closed now, just take coleman a little bit to the north or loop back around at coleman if you do take northbound, you are fine. hp pavilion, guys, barbra streisand performing tonight. good morning, ms. strooi streisand, thank you for waking up with us and glad you chose nbc bay area. >> hope she is a big fan. mike, thank you very much. >>> here is a story you are not going to see every day, a man who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident now hoping test a new bionic leg controlled by his thoughts. 31-year-old zack vodder testing his leg sunday at a chicago fund-raiser. able to climb 103 flights of stairs at the willis tower, pretty amazing to see the machine. the successful climb was the bionic lech's very first test out in public, brings back thoughts of steve austin, the $6 million man this one responds to electrical impulses from the brain which shoots directly down to his leg and his hamstring. amazing. >> amazing, yeah. >>> as you head out the door this morning, take a look up, you may see a meteor. november is
KICU
Nov 13, 2012 7:00pm PST
as workers at the alameda nob hills store cheer it had news. de tails of the deal have not been made public but the new contract provides the company with the cost savings it needs to remain competitive and a union spokesman told us it keeps current health benefits in place. >> sefrn real xietd to go back to work, and i just want to thank the community who supported us, couldn't have done it without them, and everyone is looking forward to having them return to the store. >> about 7500 raley's workers have been on the picket line since november 4th. union members will vote on the contract in the next couple of weeks. >>> a proposal to raise for so-called super seniors at cal state schools is off the table for now. the board of trustees was set to vote on the plan this afternoon at a meeting in long beach, but it was removed from the agenda after student outcry and discussions with governor brown. the proposal is meant to open up space for incoming students by encouraging current students to graduate on time. >>> the governor is set to attend tomorrow's university of california region
SFGTV
Nov 4, 2012 2:30pm PST
, santa clara, yes. >> [inaudible] >> oakland is the ac. yes. the transit system, the alameda county system and they said emphatically we believe it's an insult to use the switchbacks other than for emergencies and break downs. >> got it. in each of the jurisdictions none of them use switchbacks for traffic smoothing. >> correct. except the one in san jose santa clara who got one of our ex-operation managers, a mr. burns. >> got it. all right. thank you very much. >> thanks jack. we have another jack, jack toumy and another grand jury member and summarizing the findings. he will go over our recommendations and again with the responses of the sfmta and the mayor. since the mayor's responses were identical to muni they will be discussed simultaneously. jack. >> hello there. f1, switchbacks violate the spirit of the city charter. the muni said that customers are concerned with on time performance and liability. switchbacks contract to these goals. we. >> >> answer that this response does not really address the findings. the finding was about the spirit of the city charter. page three of
FOX
Nov 19, 2012 12:00pm PST
psychiatrists. the hear something set for 2:00 p.m. at the alameda courthouse in oakland. a vigil has just wrapped up for michaela garecht. she is the young girl who disappeared in the east bay 22 years ago. lorraine blanco is live with more. lorraine? >> reporter: tori, michaela garecht was last seen in this grocery store parking lot 24 years ago. today her mother and dozens of others tied these yellow ribbons around this tree to remember her. in just a few weeks, they may finally have some sense of closure. ♪ >> reporter: robbie was just a baby when his sister was kidnapped from this hayward parking lot in 1988. around 10 a.m., 24 years ago today, the 9-year-old disappeared but today friends and family remain determined to finally find her no matter the circumstances. whether she's alive or not, we continue to love her always and forever. hayward police say they never lost hope. in february, investigators found a bone fragment in a san joaquin valley well they think could be lanked -- linked to the case. results from dna testing are expected within weeks. >> regardless of the results o
SFGTV
Nov 22, 2012 8:00am PST
. my father is a vietnam and gulf war veteran and my mother is a public servant of the alameda county. >> president chiu: that concludes our commendations for today. colleagues why don't we move to the rest of our calendar to our please call item 38. >> clerk calvillo: item 38 was considered by the government audit and oversight committee at a special meeting on november 19, 2012 and afforded to the -- forwarded to the board, muni to prioritize funding for vehicle maintenance and purchase in light of deteriorating muni services. >> president chiu: supervisor wiener. >> supervisor wiener: i always pick the easy ones. thank you, mr. president. i introduced this resolution to highlight the critical importance for muni to maintain its vehicles and invest in its system. muni services has been deteriorating and that has to stop. muni is the life blood of san francisco, carries approximately 600,000 people a day and for many particularly low income working class peopleu and seniors muni is the only way to get around. given the critical importance of muni to our day-to-day life the voters in
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